I was born rich The top of the globe with a small straight nose Gazing into the looking glass Girls that can’t ever be better than pretty Capitalism steams on Like a freight train Chugging, mugging Snap click Work, twerk Funny, beauty Clever, sexy Kind … of a provocateur A reliable product doesn’t change Grow-up, out, round Silhouetting a … Continue reading
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Small Acts of Rebellion: Pissing all over convention or just pissing people off?
Two of my favourite things are cans of coca cola and terrestrial TV. Now these might not seem like exciting things to you but the reason I like them is because anyone can get them. Whether you’re the Queen or a dustbin man you get exactly the same thing, albeit in somewhat different surroundings unless … Continue reading
It’s not time to give up on the NHS
In the UK over 90% of people are born in the NHS and will go to be treated in its hospitals, whenever they need to, for the rest of their lives. Since its launch in 1948, the NHS has grown to become the world’s largest publicly funded health service and one of the world’s largest … Continue reading
Why we travel, the fine line between anthropology and tourism
I’m about to embark on what I hope to be a life changing trip to India. The few weeks in which I’m there I’m hoping to immerse myself into a new culture and see things I’ve, until now, only ever seen in books and on television. India to me almost seems like a mythical … Continue reading